Nickel(II) titanate is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula NiTiO3 nickel(II) titanate, also known as nickel titanium oxide, is a coordination compound between nickel(II), titanium(IV) and oxide ions.
Molar mass：154.61 g/mol
Solubility in water：0.0396 g/100 mL
Due to nickel(II) titanate's brilliant yellow color and high UV-vis-NIR reflectance, it has the potential to serve as a pigment for building coating. Ilmenite-type NiTiO3 are well known as functional inorganic materials with wide application in electronic materials, including electrodes of solid fuel cells, gas sensors, chemical catalysts and so on due to their high static dielectric constants, weak magnetism and semiconductivity. NiTiO3 as a semiconductor has excellent catalytic activity due to its absorption bands. Analysis of the band structures and density of states have implied that nickel(II) titanate has immense potential in the areas of high-density data storage, gas sensor data and integration in circuit devices. NiTiO3 has even been utilized as a catalyst in toluene oxidation. Other applications of nickel(II) titanate have yet to be found.
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